Minneapolis City Council Under Scrutiny After NYT Article Says Their Pledge To Dismantle MPD CollapsedThe Minneapolis City Council is once again receiving national scrutiny for its intent to dismantle the police department.
Mpls. City Council Votes Unanimously To Dismantle MPDAn ordinance has been introduced to remove the requirement for a police department from the city charter. The charter amendment calls instead for "a department of community safety and violence prevention."
Minneapolis City Council To Take First Official Step In Ending Police DepartmentMinneapolis City Council members will take the first step Friday in the effort to disband the police department.
'A City Without Police?' Some Minneapolis Candidates Say 'Yes'A controversial question on a survey of Minneapolis electoral candidates is causing a stir in city politics.
Mpls. City Council Mulls Severing Ties With Wells FargoThe city of Minneapolis is calling out Wells Fargo, saying they are looking into taking their business elsewhere.
Talking Points: Sanctuary Cities & Trump’s PresidencySeveral hundred people are expected to attend a meeting Sunday afternoon aimed at easing fears and putting out information in the Twin Cities Latino community about the impact of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Trump's Stance Against 'Sanctuary Cities' Could Cost Minnesota MillionsPresident-elect Donald Trump is doubling down on his threat to deport illegal immigrants, and to withhold federal grant money from so-called "sanctuary cities."
Ethics Complaint About City Council Member's Tweets DismissedAn ethics complaint against a Minneapolis City Council member concerning controversial tweets posted during a Black Lives Matter rally has been dismissed.
MPD Union Leader: 'Black Lives Matter Is A Terrorist Organization'The president of Minneapolis Police's union says the officers involved in the fatal shooting of Jamar Clark are vindicated after a federal investigation cleared them of any wrongdoing.
4 Things To Know: Cano Tweets, College Football, New Year's Eve & MoreFrom Minneapolis city council woman Alondra Cano's controversial tweets to New Year's Eve celebrations around the country, here's a look at the top four stories from Thursday, Dec. 31, 2015.
Minneapolis City Council Member Defends Controversial TweetsThe Minneapolis city council member criticized over posting critics' personal information on social media is not apologizing.
Still No Comment From Cano On Twitter Controversy A Minneapolis City Council member accused of posting inappropriate tweets has still not commented on the controversy.
Constituents Whose Info City Council Member Tweeted Say She Should ResignA Minneapolis City Council member is under fire for a series of tweets she posted online after attending the Black Lives Matter protest at the Mall of America this week.
Mpls. City Council Member Under Fire For Posting Constituents' Personal InfoA Minneapolis City Council member says she's receiving threats after some say she tried to publicly shame constituents who disapproved of her involvement with Black Lives Matter.
Ellison, Mpls. Councilmembers Stand With BLM In Quest For Video ReleaseSeveral political and religious leaders joined with members of Black Lives Matter Minneapolis Thursday evening to demand law enforcement to release videos involving the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man. Rep. Keith Ellison and Minneapolis City Council members Alondra Cano, Cam Gordan and Lisa Bender addressed the media.